Constant velocity moments problem

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Ry122
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If a something is rotating about an axis with a constant velocity is the sum of the acting moments 0 since no acceleration is occurring?
Moment = mass x acceleration x distance
If acceleration is 0, the moment is 0.
Is this correct?
 

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foxjwill
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I'm assuming that by acting moment you mean torque, in which case yes, that is correct.
 

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